A new book from Gestalten profiles some of the best tattooists working today.
Why are we all so afraid of admitting we admire--and sometimes emulate--the work of others? An installation at the Venice Biennale questions our collective phobia of copies.
Two young British architects want to install a clean swimlane in one of London’s abandoned industrial canals.
After a decade of work, MVRDV’s iconic library and mixed-used development has finally opened in the firm’s hometown.
The rain falls everywhere except exactly where you’re standing.
When fans pay creative homage to a company, they’re offering the gift of free publicity--and they should be celebrated for it, not punished, argues Behance’s William Allen.
Maily, a “baby’s first email” iPad app, is a surprisingly smart way to (safely) introduce kids to online communication.
Everyone’s favorite round shape gets re-imagined in milk, sugar, paint, bubbles, glitter, and smoke.
The era of flat screens as we know them could soon come to an end.
Thonet, which makes one of the most famous chairs in the world, commissions a high-end bike to show off its wood-bending process.